Term 2 Free Resources and Tips

These tools are no longer free this term, but can be purchased in the shop for $3.

Steve and Rebecca create and make these resources in their spare time outside of their educational 'day job' to give something back to the profession they love. 

The Island (saved by Wibbles again)

With the end of term approaching, who doesn't love a FREE Project so see the term out?

This tool is for all those wonderful Wibbles out there who have been saving teachers on a daily basis - thank you!

Suitable for all ages.

Saved by Wibbles

Emergency Lesson Plan

With the end of term approaching, who doesn't love a FREE emergency lesson plan?

This tool is for all those wonderful Wibbles out there who have been saving teachers on a daily basis - thank you!

Suitable for all ages.

What progress are you making towards enhancing learner agency?

Thank you George Couros for the original spark!

Learner Voice

What are your students' voices telling you?

An effective way to find out what is going on for your learners and how they engage with their learning.

The Garden

Grow student/teacher Efficacy

Create new beginnings and cultivate collective teacher efficacy in your school, or use this to review how Term 1 went with students and staff.

There are lots of ways to use and innovate this beautiful tool.

Wellbeing Tool

Scan your environment

Explore how to embed wellbeing into your school ecosystem without it feeling like an extra 'thing'.

Celebrate where you do so much and check you have a system that supports EVERYONE.

Learn Solve Create

Gauge progress towards learner agency

Learner Agency

Define learner agency

How does your environment support and foster learner agency?

What do you need to do to increase engagement for your students?

Use this tool to increase learner accountability and intrinsic motivation.

Collaboration Kickstarter

Experience collaboration 

How do your students know the difference between cooperation and collaboration?

Use this effective tool to explore this global competency with them.

Collaboration is an important attribute needed to help students flourish.

Teach them what it means.

Critical Thinking Kickstarter

Evaluating information and thinking critically has never been more important for our students.

Explicitly teach them what critical thinking sounds like in the safety of the classroom with this relevant tool.

Help them to become evaluators, instead of consumers.

Teach them to be critical about information